We re dating now korean
The indignant Ho-jung confronts Cha-hee, impulsively betting her that Jae-young will not want to have anything to do with her if he learns she is only a high school student and not in college like himself.
Cha-hee is confident that Jae-young will still be interested in her no matter what, and she’s right – so she wins the bet with Ho-jung.
Even though she is not vulnerable to romantic love (at least not yet), she does long for a good friend.
The earliest one (used to introduce us to Ho-jung as a little girl) is with a chivalrous classmate named Jeon-woo.
From the first episode, I was hooked on its engaging characters and somewhat whimsical storyline as well as its emphasis on ordinary, relatable people and their families.
Its leading actress, Rim Chae, was already familiar to me as the ‘good girl’ lead in All About Eve, and in We Are Dating Now she is even more endearing -- like a Korean Sandra Dee. Unlike other dramas I’ve watched, We Are Dating Now has a very simple plotline.
The surprising development here is that the encounter between the two girls forges an enduring friendship.
Cha-hee is one of the drama’s most intriguing characters, though she remains rather a cipher.